Anyone have better options for Digitizer adhesive?
The normal 3M tape that is sold everywhere doesn't seem to be a long term fix as the digitizer starts to lift after a couple of months (in multiple spots; not just near the digi cable).
There is a black adhesive tape that seems to work a little better that is sold in a few spots but I was wondering if anyone has had better luck with anything else.
I heard that Apple uses some kind of Thermal tape on the original process. Is there any truth or proof to this rumor?
UPDATE: I have been using a custom adhesive solution from Bowler Tech And they have been working fantastically. We have been using them for about 3 months now and they are by far the best we have seen. If you can, get the Digitizers without any adhesive and use the Bowler Tech adhesive. Thats been working best for us. They cost a little more but they are worth it.
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I'm having the same issue with my iPad repairs. The clear tape never seems to hold more than a few months. The black tape works better than, but even then, I'm having mixed results.
If anyone knows of a superior adhesive, I'd LOVE to know about it.
Is there anything that might be available locally, such as a glass cement or RTV-based product? Does it have to be "tape", or is that just for ease of removal next time?
из Jim Plosay